GREEN, Gayle, BA

Editor, project manager and proofreader

Donegal, Republic of Ireland

m. +353 (0)851 324219
e. gaylebgreen@gmail.com

Professional memberships:
Member, Association of Freelance Editors, Proofreaders and Indexers of Ireland

Special interests:
Non-fiction (academic research books, papers, lectures; memoirs), educational (pedagogical material for learners of English as a second language; CPDO – Continuing Professional Development Online modules), fiction (short stories).

Work undertaken:
Complete project management, structural editing, copy-editing, online editing, proofreading, formatting, collaboration with designer & typesetter, photo research, copyright clearance.

Experience:
Project manager and proofreader since 2002, freelance editor since 2007, working for both private clients and institutions.

Examples of work:
Yehuda Bauer, Could the US Government Have Rescued European Jewry? (Yad Vashem, forthcoming); Peretz Révész, Standing up to Evil (Yad Vashem, forthcoming); Andrew Burian, A Boy from Buština: A Son. A Survivor. A Witness. (Yad Vashem, 2016); Ben Z. Redner, A Jewish Policeman in Lwów: An Early Account, 1941-1943 (Yad Vashem, 2015); Chaya Ostrower, It Kept Us Alive: Humor in the Holocaust (Yad Vashem, 2014); Dr. Agata Golawska & Dr. Peter Talbot, The Internal Anatomy of the Temporal Lobe (Royal College of Psychiatrists, forthcoming); Dr. Aaron McMeekin, Social Factors and Specific Mental Health Issues (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2017); Dr. Yasir Hameed and Dr. Andrew Tarbuck, A Brief Introduction to the History of Psychiatry (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2016); Nissim Otmazgin, Does Popular Culture Matter to the Southeast Asian Region? Possible Implications and Methodological Challenges (Symposium on Interdisciplinary Perspectives for the Asia-Pacific Region, Osaka University, Osaka, February 14-16, 2014); Nissim Otmazgin, Geopolitics and Soft Power: Japan’s Cultural Policy and Cultural Diplomacy in Asia (Asia Pacific Review, 19, 2012); Julie Yosefyan, The Adventures of Henry and Lucy (English Adventure, 2010); Kaye King-Ya’ari, The Detectives (English Adventure, 2012).

Examples of clients:
Royal College of Psychiatrists; Yad Vashem – The World Holocaust Remembrance Center; English Adventure (Leading provider of comprehensive EFL programs for young learners); Nissim Otmazgin (Chair of the Department of Asian Studies & Senior Lecturer in the Department of Asian Studies – Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Research Fellow – Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace).